The team at ‘Talking Tigers’, Richmond’s podcast juggernaut, put their collective heads together (definitely not in a literal sense during this coronavirus crisis) to rank the Club’s top 10 players from Western Australia throughout the past half-century. Here’s TT’s list of top 10 WA Tigers . . .

1. Alex Rance – 200 games, 9 goals, 2009-2019, five-time All-Australian representative (2014, 205, 2016, 2017, 2018), Jack Dyer Medallist (2015), premiership player (2017).

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Career best of Alex Rance

Watch Alex Rance's career highlights.

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2. Neil Balme – 159 games, 229 goals, 1970-1979, two-time winner of the Club’s leading goalkicker award (1972, 1973), dual premiership player (1973, 1974).

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Balme on The Front Bar

Neil Balme appears on Channel 7's The Front Bar to explain how he got into the wrong Jeep at a door stop last week.

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3. Darren Gaspar – 207 games, 22 goals, 1996-2007, two-time All-Australian representative (2000, 2001), Jack Dyer Medallist (2001).

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Homecoming Hero: Darren Gaspar

Darren Gaspar is the Homecoming Hero for Richmond's Round 9 match against Hawthorn.

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4. Robert Wiley – 95 games, 127 goals, 1979-1983, premiership player (1980).

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WA Life members inducted

Premiership players Daryl Freame, Rob Wiley and Noel Carter are inducted as life members ahead of Richmond's Round 22 win over Fremantle.

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5. Bruce Monteath – 118 games, 198 goals, 1975-1980, All-Australian representative (1979), winner of the Club’s leading goalkicker award (1978), premiership captain (1980).

6. Mark Coughlan – 92 games, 39 goals, 2001-2009, Jack Dyer Medallist (2003).

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Fixture Throwback: Cogs and Lids clinical play

Mark Coughlan and Brett Deledio at their best as Richmond extend the lead.

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7. Michael Mitchell – 81 games, 103 goals, 1987-1991, winner of the Club’s Goal of the 20th Century (Round 22, 1990 v Sydney, SCG).

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Homecoming Hero: Michael Mitchell

Michael Mitchell is the homecoming hero for the Round 10 Dreamtime at the 'G match against Essendon.

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8. Brian Taylor – 43 games, 156 goals, 1980-1984, two-time winner of the Club’s leading goalkicker award (1982, 1984).

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Roaming Brian: Grand Final rooms

Brian Taylor roams the Richmond rooms after the Grand Final win.

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9. Nathan Broad – 55 games, 1 goal, 2016-2020, dual premiership player (2017, 2019).

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Broad season 2019 highlights

Highlights from Nathan Broad's 2019 season.

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10. Andrew Krakouer – 102 games, 102 goals, 2001-2007.

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Homecoming Hero: Andrew Krakouer

Andrew Krakouer is the Homecoming Hero for the Dreamtime at the G match against the Bombers.

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Talking Tigers: Episode five

On the latest episode, recorded earlier today, Talking Tigers ranks the top 10 Richmond players recruited from Western Australia throughout the past 50 years, which is bound to create some healthy debate. And 'Richo' provides a further unnerving...

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